Posted December 26, 2007 in Eats


Angelo’s Pizzaria. The chefs at this restaurant prepare everything from scratch: sauces, dough, dressings, and soups among other menu items. They also serve things that aren’t prepared from scratch like domestic, premium and microbrewery beers and wines. 135 E. 2nd St., Pomona 909.629.8100. $

Brasserie Astuce. It took us forever to finally try out this French restaurant, and we’re trés happy that we did. Excellent food and wine, elegant atmosphere and even a piano player in the center of the main dining room. 510 E. Foothill Blvd., Pomona, 909.621.4954. $$$

Coco Palm. This Cuban-Spanish spot offers Cuban tamales, empanadas, tapas, paella, and an array of meats and fish to give you energy before your salsa lessons every Friday night. 1600 Fairplex Dr., Pomona, 877.926.2672. $$

Osuna’s Mexican Grill. A large variety of popular Mexican favorites as well as seafood and fish entrees and delicious tortas. 305 E. Holt Ave., Pomona, 909.623.0586. $$

Pho Express. This Vietnamese restaurant is more popular for their soups, particularly the shrimp soup. 1280 East Holt Ave., Pomona, 909.397.0108. $

Pho Ha Vietnamese Restaurant. Almost every guest at this Vietnamese restaurant decides to order one of many fantastic soups to accommodate a meal. This restaurant can seat 100, and their meals are often geared for two. 695 Indian Hill Blvd., Pomona, 909.622.7578. $$

Sanam Luang Café. Although they are in a more "modern" restaurant without Thai decorations, they still assure that they serve authentic Thai food. 1648 Indian Hill Blvd., Ste. C, Pomona, 909.621.0904. $

2nd St. Bistro. Located in the Pomona Arts Colony, this tasty spot offers Italian and French cuisine every day, lunch and dinner. 171 W. 2nd St., Pomona, 909.622.6619. $


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